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tv   President Trump Remarks on Mueller Report  CSPAN  April 24, 2019 2:33pm-2:43pm EDT

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saturday night, president trump is holding a campaign rally in green bay, wisconsin, skipping the annual white house correspondents dinner. tuesday, he instructed his administration to boycott the dinner. watch live coverage of the president's rally saturday, at 9:30, watch the correspondents dinner with --tured speaker ron sure ron shernall. >> president trump stopped to talk to reporters at the white house. he answered questions about the mueller reports, campaign 2020 and other issues.
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>> mr. president. pres. trump: the stock market and our country from an economic standpoint is doing the best probably it is ever done. again hitting new highs and we have hit new highs again.
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unemployment numbers are the best they have ever been by far. we have almost 160 million people working today in the united states and that is more than we have ever had working and our country before. we are doing well on trade, we are doing well with china, things are going good, and i am bringing the first lady right now. she has worked very hard on the opioid crisis. we are down 17% from last year which is pretty amazing. we are down 17% with the opioid problem. it is a big addiction. we are handling it. ,he doctors are working with us the labs are working, the clinics are working, the pharmaceutical companies are working with us, and we have made a tremendous amount of progress. [indiscernible] subpoena is the ridiculous. we have been, i have been the
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and transparent president administration in the country by far. we just went through the mueller witchhunt where you had 18 angry democrats that hate president trump. they hate him with a passion. they were contributing in many cases to hillary clinton. hate him with a passion. no they came up with obstruction. said on the general information, there is no obstruction. so you have no collusion, no obstruction. now we are finished with it and i thought after two years, we be finished with it. no, now the house goes and start subpoenaing. assume, for $35 million a check to my financials -- which are great, by the way. you know they are great.
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they checked my financials and they checked my taxes i assume. it was the most thorough investigation probably in the history of our country. i think i read where they interviewed 500 people. i say it is enough. get back to infrastructure. get back to cutting taxes. get back to lowering drug prices. that is what we should be doing. [reporters talking over each other] pres. trump: we are fighting all of the subpoenas. the democrats are trying to win 2020. they are not going to win with the people that i see, and they are not going to win against me. the only way they can may be is by out, -- luck out, constantly going after me on nonsense. but they should be really
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focused on legislation, not the litigatedhat has been for the last two years almost since i got into office. if you want to litigate, go after the dnc, go get hillary, the dirty cops -- all of these things, that is what should be litigated because that was a rigged system. i am breaking down the slot. if you look at what is happening -- down the swamp. if you look at what is happening, they are getting caught and they are getting fired. if you look at drain the swamp, i am draining the swamp. thank you. [reporters talking over each other] >> mr. president, do you regret letting the white house aides to cooperate?
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all: whoa! >> what happened. >> attorney general william barr will testify before the house and senate judiciary committee on the mueller report. live wednesday and thursday on orpan3,, you can listen with the free
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c-span radio app. >> congress is on the last week of its spring recess. members return to capitol hill monday, the house to work on climate change legislation, and the senate continues confirmation of district court judges and high-level jobs. c-span,e house live on and the senate live on c-span two. during the break a, some members are on the campaign trail. ofdidate seth moulton massachusetts spoke at this morning's politics and eggs breakfast and said the democrat should already be pursuing president trump's impeachment. here is a look at what you see tonight when we air the entire speech at 7:00 eastern. wheres is another place frankly i disagree with the party because i voted with a minority of democrats last year to start moving on impeachment proceedings. the reason is even last year,
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there was ample evidence that the president and his associates have committed crimes. , through theeport investigation, has already indicted over 30 of the president's close associates and friends. his campaign chairman is in prison right now while we are eating breakfast. so don't tell me there is not enough to discuss about impeachment. frankly, i think our party made a mistake by waiting until now hoping for a smoking cannon or something in the mueller report before starting this debate. congress does two things. we debate and we vote. the debate is important. and we should have started the debate a while ago. i do not think the time is now for a vote because we still do not have all of the evidence. we do not have the full mueller report, for example. but we should have started this debate a while ago and that is called for afor --
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last year. >> seth moulton spoke this morning and watch the entire speech this evening at 7:00 eastern on c-span. then california senator kamala harris, she held a town hall at dartmouth college in new hampshire. we will have at 8:00 eastern here on c-span. you can find all of our coverage online at, or listen on the free c-span radio app. ♪ >> c-span's newest book "the presidents." provides insight into the lives of the american presidents through stories gathered by interviews with noted historians. it is the life events that shaped our leaders, challenges they faced, and the legacy they left. order your copy today. it is now available as a hardcover or


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